I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Economics under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Daan van Soest and Dr. Patricio Dalton since September 2018. In my research I use field experiments to address issues in environmental and development economics.
My PhD thesis tackles environmental resource conservation in developing countries. Currently I am evaluating programs with the aim of forest conservation and sustainable land management practice adoption in Burkina Faso and Ghana in collaboration with researchers at the World Bank's Development Impact Evaluation group.
I expect to graduate in 2022.
Please find my CV here.
- Teaching Assistant for Development Economics for BSc in Economics (2019 Spring, 2020 Spring)
- Teaching Assistant for Growth and Development for MSc in Economics (2019 Fall)
- BSc Thesis supervision (2019, 2020)
Short Term Consultant. (Department of Impact Evaluation, World Bank)
15 Nov 2019 → 15 Jan 2020
- Environmental Economics
- Development Economics
- Field experiments